400 Oyster Point Blvd., Suite 405, South San Francisco, CA 94080
IPM’s San Francisco office provides creative and strategic project leadership across a wide spectrum of industries. Opened in 2004 in the heart of Silicon Valley and biotech innovation, the San Francisco office comprises talented experts in a full range of service areas, including product development, regulatory & quality (regulatory submissions, regulatory compliance, serialization), change management, and business process management.
IPM’s industry specialties include Life Sciences (pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical technology, diagnostic products, and agricultural sciences); Consumer Products (food and beverage, health and beauty, household, and durable and non-durable products); and Healthcare (hospitals, physician practices, ambulatory facilities, clinics, and medical laboratories).
Our proximity to San Francisco’s innovative high-tech community also allows us to apply our strategic realization expertise to the region’s top IT, computer software, networking, Internet, and consumer electronics companies known for their document management solutions, cloud networking, connectivity, IoT, and AI products.
Headed by Managing Director Harry Georgiades, our San Francisco team includes talented PMP-credentialed consultants, many of whom are also Six Sigma Black and Green Belt-certified or Agile Scrum Masters. One of our principal consultants is also the current vice chair of the San Francisco Bay area chapter of the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS).
IPM’s San Francisco office is located near the San Francisco International Airport and serves clients in nearby San Jose, San Mateo, Oakland, and Sacramento, and along the entire West Coast.
To learn more about how IPM’s San Francisco team can help you execute your most strategic projects, call 650.244.9981.
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